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http://www.supersproxusa.com/

Any info would be great.

Also, if not, what rear sprockets are you using?

I need to find a good, lighter, 50 tooth rear and

chain for my WR250R.

Any input on chain preference would be nice to hear

as well.

:lol:

Just to verify, we can order a WR250 F sprocket to fit our bikes....correct?

Just need to have the additional bolts to fit.

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Just to verify, we can order a WR250 F sprocket to fit our bikes....correct?

Just need to have the additional bolts to fit.

First I heard about these guys. Though they've got sexy dames and that screams quality to me... :lol:

I'm more interested in picking up a set of these when i get the chance:

http://www.dirttricks.com/ordering_sprockets.htm

Yep. 250 sprockets work just fine. With the JT sprocket I have, it has two sets of holes, so you can re-use the WRR original bolts. (flat vs. tapered holes) So check with the Manufacturer to be sure what they have.

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http://www.supersproxusa.com/

Any info would be great.

Also, if not, what rear sprockets are you using?

I need to find a good, lighter, 50 tooth rear and

chain for my WR250R. [...]

Just to verify, we can order a WR250 F sprocket to fit our bikes....correct?

Just need to have the additional bolts to fit.

I think Chrisxxxx from Alaska has one.

Yes, on the F rear sprocket fit. Some F sprockets have holes for both beveled and flat bolts. If you get one of them, you don't need the beveled bolts.

Are you supposed to replace the bolts anyway when you change the sprocket?

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Checkout the deals at motosport.com on sprocket&chain deals

Which front sprocket you going with 12/13? I think I want to go 13/49or50

I rode the bike tonight (street) and the larger rear tire really changed the gearing. Monday I will take it offroad and see how it is

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http://www.supersproxusa.com/

Any info would be great.

Also, if not, what rear sprockets are you using?

I need to find a good, lighter, 50 tooth rear and

chain for my WR250R.

Any input on chain preference would be nice to hear

as well.

:lol:

Just to verify, we can order a WR250 F sprocket to fit our bikes....correct?

Just need to have the additional bolts to fit.

I have that sprocket and it's very nice. Good beefy steel teeth. The 47 is about half the wieght of the stocker. Fit perfect with the tapered bolts I ordered as well from the "sprocket Center" I ordered the one for the YZ250F but, the wr may be the same. All I know is it fit like a glove.

http://www.sprocketcenter.com/p/314910/supersprox-stealth-tri-metal-off-road-rear-sprocket---yamaha.html

http://www.sprocketcenter.com/p/382267/bolt---sprocket-fasteners.html

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I had a 48tooth supersprox on my YZ250F but it broke really quick.. so now i have a Talon race spocket on it 50tooth quality stuff

"Broke"? As in, um, "broke"? How can a sprocket break? Is this common?

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"Broke"? As in, um, "broke"? How can a sprocket break? Is this common?

I guess we are not getting an answer....

Just read his user name....nuff said....:thumbsup:

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This 48T Renthal sprocket Sj Sabre just installed on his WRR looks

like a good choice.

Steel outer ring for wear combined with an aluminum alloy center.

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I've been running an all-aluminum 46T Renthal and it's got over 2000 miles

on it and is looking good still. Nothing is gonna stop it from bending on a rock,

but if you keep your chain clean and lubed properly after riding in the dirt

they'll last a long time. The WRR just dosn't have the raw HP to rip teeth

off of sprockets, so it's more a matter of wear than tear.

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